On 2 May 2017, Associate Professor Sara Smyth joined Damien Carrick on ABC Radio National’s Law Report to talk about how groups like the military, police, terror groups and criminals currently use drones, and how drones might be used in the… Continue Reading
La Trobe Law School academics and students have recently made a submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee alleging violations of Australia’s obligations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR). The complaint to the UN was… Continue Reading
On 5 July 2016, Associate Professor Dr Fiona Kelly, was interviewed on ABC Radio National’s PM. She spoke about her research on transgender people under the age of 18 having to seek court permission to start taking cross-sex hormones. In an… Continue Reading
On 11 November 2015, Patrick McGee, Coordinator of the Aboriginal Disability Justice Campaign at La Trobe Law School, joined Damien Carrick on ABC Radio National’s Law Report to talk about how Indigenous people with disabilities often get caught in a spiral of over policing, because of the absence of… Continue Reading
Join us for this year’s Sir John Quick lecture by David Hunt, the award winning and best-selling Australian history author and podcaster. David will discuss how a land settled by pickpockets, sheep thieves and Irishmen transformed from a tyranny into… Continue Reading
On 4 September 2015, Dr Fiona Kelly, Senior Lecturer, La Trobe Law School, joined Red Symons on ABC 774 Radio’s Breakfast to talk about how the profile of sperm donors has changed over time in Victoria. The full episode can be streamed on the ABC Radio’s website.
Nicholas Taylor, Honorary Fellow at La Trobe Law School was interviewed on ABC Radio on 31 March 2015 about the forthcoming deadline for “talks aimed at securing a nuclear deal between Iran and The West”. For more information download the podcast here.